Turin, 2 June, 2020: Inkmaker group has launched a new ink-supply system powered by its latest technology in celebration of Italy’s National Day (Festa della Repubblica). “The new easy-to-use, Inktrasyst system—a printing-press distribution network specialised in transferring White, CMYK or Expanded Colour Gamut—is designed specifically for transferring one or more products to different discharge points quickly and precisely. What makes the system particularly stand out is that it comes equipped with Inkmaker Group’s latest state-of-the-art software, IMPRIMO, which is designed to impact positively on safety, product traceability, repeatability, optimisation of human resources and fast return of investment,” explained Francesco Nesti, Global Director of Software & Automation, Inkmaker Group, the man behind Inktrasyst’s software technology.
The new system boasts several new features and advantages: reduction of product movements; products may be ordered in concentrated form; products dilution with solvent or additives are managed via the Imprimo software; superior mixing and product homogenisation for constant tonality and sedimentation avoidance; cleanliness of working floor; complete batch traceability and now all formulas produced in preparation tanks are managed by the IMPRIMO software.
“Our R&D team have been working on the Inktrasyst system now for over a year and the final adjustments to the software were completed via smart working. We felt that, especially during this time of selfisolation, Inktrasyst’s remote features would be most advantageous to customers,” explained Christophe Rizzo, CEO EMEA/Americas, Inkmaker Group.
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